Jio Recharge Plan: In competition with other telecom service providers like Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio has also announced a hike in its tariffs to be in effect from 6th December 2019. The popular shot by Jio was their “All-in-one” plans, which includes unlimited data and Jio to Jio free calling apart from this there were many other benefits like free SMS services and much more. However, this amenity has now become questionable with the increase in prices of Jio plans.
The major or noticeable amendments are:
- All in one tariff range from Rs 199 per month to Rs 2,199 for a year.
- The plans will now provide 1.5 GB data per day instead of 2GB earlier and unlimited Jio to Jio Calling.
With new plans in the market, the Jio users will have to pay as per followings tariffs from December 6th, 2019
- For Rs 199 plan validity is 28 days
- For Rs 399 plan validity is 56 days
- For Rs 555 plan validity is 84 days
- & For Rs 2,199 plan validity is 365 days
This hike in tariffs is reported as around 40% increase, but for this, the company says that this 40% increase in prices will prove to give 300% more benefits to the customers.
Keeping in mind its valuable customers the company has come up with a solution to liberal the Jio usage to its customers at least for a year. Jio has asked users to deck their Jio account with a recharge plan of Rs 444 (one among the currently running plans) four times. Doing so users can get the full advantage of the old recharge plans.
As if you recharge your Jio account with Rs 444 plan 4 times then this will give you 2GB data per day for 366 days that is for a year till 2020. The company also ensures that once your Rs444 recharge finishes than only the second plan will get activated. This way Reliance Jio has again won the hearts at least for a year we guess!
Talking about the competitors, Airtel has shown a hike of around 47%, which is highest among its peers whereas Vodafone Idea’s new tariffs are now available with the validity periods of 2.28,84 and 365 days. However, Airtel users will now get 1.5GB per day with is 50% more than earlier, still, the highest percentage increase has still made Jio be the favourite among the users.
WhatsApp Dark Mode launched on Android Beta Users
WhatsApp the instant messaging platform has finally launched a highly awaited dark mode for android beta users. The most leaked dark mode feature has started coming to beta users on Android. It is important to note that the WhatsApp dark mode is technically called as ‘Dark’ in the theme selection interface. The new dark mode on WhatsApp imparts a dark green profile on the messaging app with contrasting shades. With the new model, the home screen and setting menu on the messaging app now show dark shade whereas the conversation interface exhibits dark shade for the chat bubbles; the wallpaper remains white or any other colour selected by the user.
Notably, the dark mode on WhatsApp is available only for the beta testers on Android. As of now, there is no official word from the company when the new feature will be launched to all the users via a stable channel.
The Dark mode for Android beta users is available on the version – v2.20.13. So, this feature will be available only when you have installed WhatsApp Messenger Beta version on your smartphone. If you hadn’t received the update yet or unable to join Google Play beta program, then you can side-load the messenger app via installing APK file from APKMirror
Here’s how user can register to become beta to enable WhatsApp dark mode.
- Install the beta version of WhatsApp via Google Play Store.
- After installing the beta version of WhatsApp, the user needs to follow some steps.
- Users should install the latest version of the WhatsApp beta version on your smartphone.
- After installing, you need to open the app and tap on the three-dot menu icon given at the top right corner of the screen.
- Now, the user needs to select the ‘Settings’ option from the menu.
- After selecting the ‘Settings’ option, you need to tap on ‘Chats’ followed by ‘Theme’.
- Now, a new window will open wherein the user needs to select the desired theme.
- The user gets three options on the screen. Tapping on ‘Dark’ in the window will enable the dark mode interface on WhatsApp.
- The user can also select a default option to automatically switch between dark and light mode based on the system settings.
It is important to note that if the users don’t see dark mode immediately after installing the update, then you need to delete and reinstall the application from Google Play or third-party.
Google launching new Technologies with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Google Artificial Intelligence (AI): Google is trying to improve its technology regularly. With the recent recognition of a deadly disease such as cancer, Google is now launching Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that has come to the news. The company claimed that you would be given important information about 6 hours before the season. All the research so far has proved promising.
Google recently introduced new research this week. According to this research, Google’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) is proving to be very important in predicting the season with machine learning. Researchers say how they expressed their doubts about the rains that occurred within 6 hours after a few minutes of calculation. Which would later become very precise and appropriate? Investigators said that “soon Google is going to keep track of the weather forecast.
However, to date, the company has not been involved with the existing Google service. But soon the service will be connected to it all over the world. The company will also launch the service at the commercial level”. Seasonal information can provide huge benefits in areas such as agriculture.
Google officials say that in these days, the data from the satellite is processed using a supercomputer under one process. All processes are completed in a timely manner and it is too late to get information. According to Google, the company is able to delete all the jurisdictional processes and provide accurate information directly from the radar.
Google has also launched 3 new apps that could help to reduce phone addiction. These 3 apps are Envelope, Activity Bubbles and Screen Stopwatch. These apps are free on the Google Play Store. The Envelope is only available for the Google Pixel 3a. Although, you can probably get it to work elsewhere, potentially even without crafting an actual paper envelope. Activity Bubbles and Screen Stopwatch are available for a broader selection of devices.
5 Greatest Technological Innovations in 2020 Decade that will go Mainstream
The greatest technological innovations that will go mainstream in the new 2020 decade
5 Greatest Technological Innovations in 2020
Artificial intelligence or AI is talked about a lot these days. It’s in your camera, It’s in your phone, It’s in the video games, it’s being used to predict the possibility if your train ticket confirming and even our ministers are talking about it. But many people are still confused if it’s an actual technological innovation or just a marketing gimmick to stand apart or something that’s going to take away your job.
Whatever it may be, AI is here to stay. And it’s going to creep into many more facets of your life in this new decade. Experts predict that some new applications of AI will include assisting doctors in prescribing the exact dosage of medicines for every patient and, assisting lawyers
by keeping a database of every case ever fought, in mass surveillance programs of the government, it’s going to predict the stock market and the most unexpected of all, AI is going creative. AI is expected to produce art in the form of painting, scriptwriting for movies and much more.
By the way, do you know about the Chinese newsreader who does not exist? That’s an AI.
Simply Internet of Things is a term used to describe the connection of various devices with the Internet with the aim of reducing human effort. IoT platform allows all the connected devices to collect their data where the platform processes the data to study human behavior and adapt the device specifically for that user. One way that we already make use of IoT is in wearable devices. We check heart rate, calories burnt and steps to track our fitness goals. But few of the applications that have not gained traction yet but are expected to do soon include smart cities that can manage traffic and energy use, using wearable devices to call for emergency services, and in agriculture where farmers can use IoT to synchronize their equipment, to connect all the devices at our homes like air conditioners, lights, TV, etc. You can remotely control your devices through your smartphone. You can cool down your room before you reach home from work, you can microwave food so it’s ready by the time you reach, you can put on music and much more. Its uses will only be limited by our imagination.
Imagine there’s a cricket match between your favorite teams and you know it’s going to be huge, but you could not get a hold of the tickets, or maybe it’s in another far off city or country where it’s not possible for you to go. you’d be pretty disappointed right? But imagine if we tell you you can feel all the excitement and thrill of the match without even leaving your drawing-room. Mixed Reality will do that for you. With the help of a VR headset, you can be virtually present right in the stadium, in whichever seat you want to be, feel the energy of the crowd and that too with your favorite people.
But if you are not into sports, you can also visit your favorite tourist destinations, visit cities, temples, museums. You can take a view of the sun rising from your favorite mountain peak whenever you like, or wander around the streets of Rome in real-time without spending so much on travel.
you can be present with your family on important occasions while being on a business trip far away from home. Wouldn’t that be amazing? But that’s not all, while you are walking on the streets of your favorite city, your headset will also guide you with voice and
visual signals, just like a tour guide.
So you’ve seen Uber experimenting and Tesla boss talking about it, but how far are we really, from sitting inside a driverless car? We’d say pretty close. Cars are already assisting drivers in parking and cruising on highways. They are also sensing danger from oncoming obstructions on the road and taking necessary steps to prevent it. But needing no driver is a whole another thing, there are laws and then there are accountability issues in case of mishaps. But manufacturers are very hopeful. These cars can communicate with other vehicles, support devices, traffic lights, and physical obstructions. They can divert vehicles in case of heavy traffic and take the shortest route. You can have a meeting
while your car takes you to your office or watch a movie and relax on the way home. You’d finally be able to text and drive and the police won’t stop you.
We have been eating genetically modified food for years already, for their resistance against some diseases and good yield, but soon we’ll be able to do the same to our off-springs. That’s right. We can make our children immune to that one disorder that runs in the family and give them longer and healthier lives. Through gene editing, you can alter a few genes to make your kid become resistant to diabetes or heart disease, but on the lighter side, you can also make them taller, have thicker hair, clear skin and much more. Many have doubts over it on ethical grounds and there a few countries that are willing to go ahead with it in the face of recent research. Scientists argue that we’d be able to cure many diseases that have no treatment today and to address ethical concerns, it can always be regulated by the government.
So these were a few of the technological trends that we are expecting to be talked about much more in this new decade. All technology aims to reduce redundant efforts that do not benefit us at all. Everybody would be happy if we can avoid driving through that evening traffic rush that ruins our mood every day. Physical barriers to enjoyment would become obsolete. You can be virtually present anywhere you want anytime you want. You can save your family’s health and future and live a better life by reclaiming your most important asset, time.
Airtel joins Google Cloud to offer its G Suite services in India
Airtel joins Google cloud with an aim to provide the needs of millions of Indian businesses in a rapidly digitizing economy. Airtel and Google Cloud on Monday announced a partnership that will allow the telecom operator to offer G Suite to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in the country.
Airtel and Google Cloud are sharing same vision for delighting customers with great products. India with its growing economy and adoption of digital services offers one of the biggest opportunities to serve customers with innovative solutions. Gopal Vittal, MD and CEO of Bharti Airtel, said ” We are happy to strengthen our relationship with Google Cloud and building products and services together aimed at changing Indian businesses”.
The agreement will provide both huge opportunities for growth in India, which also helps India to ranks amongst the fastest-growing economies. Further Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud said “Indian companies are making a massive transformation to the cloud and we’re thrilled to partner with Airtel to support this transition. The combination of G Suite’s collaboration and productivity tools with Airtel’s digital business offerings will help accelerate digital innovations for thousands of Indian businesses”.
G Suite is a set of apps like – Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar and more which bring people together and help them work smarter and safer. On the other hand, Airtel currently serves over 2,500 large businesses and over 500,000 Small and Medium Business and technology startups across India.
Oppo F15 Price In India: Outlook, Specifications, Features, Price, Reviews
Oppo F15 comes up with an Android 9.0pie and a chipset of Mediatek MT6771 V Helio P70. It is launched in India on 16th January in one variant of 8GB and 128GB storage.
Oppo has been among the list of producing top smartphones in India in 2019. It has produced some of the best smartphones with specific design, processor and mainly it is known for its camera.
Oppo will be planning to make their 2020 quite awesome. It will launch one of its smartphone OPPO F15 in India making its first smartphone of 2020 to grab the market. The F15 is a part of Oppo F series of smartphones that mainly focuses on camera setup. This smartphone is the successor of popular handset F11 which was produced in the last year. The company have said that their no Pro version going to be launch in recent times.
Oppo has pre-plans for its upcoming smartphones too. Oppo F15 is available for Oppo F15 price of Rs.19,900 in India. This smartphone is available on Flipkart and Amazon. Buyers have to be very quick while buying this phone. As the sale will end up very soon and the Specifications of this phone makes it’s quite impressive.
Oppo F15 Specifications
If you are planning to buy this smartphone then here we bring to you a couple of things which you should remember :
- It comes up with Unicorn White and lightening Black colours.
- It has a display of 6.4inch Amoled display with full HD+ resolution.
- The processor used in this smartphone is octa-core(2.4Ghz, quad-core, CortexA73+2Ghz, quad-core, Cortex A53). The chipset used in this set is Mediatek MT6771 V Helio P70.
- It comes up with a 16MP front camera and for the rear view with 48+8+2 camera with features like auto flash embedded in it.
For more Specifications refer to the table below.
Oppo F15 Features:
- It can work for two hours with 5 minutes charging.
- It has a fingerprint sensor, face sensor, Gyroscope.
- It comes with a 4000mAh battery.
- Oppo F15 features with some of the best outlooks as it has a slim design and comes in two variants.
- It has awesome features which exclude it from the list of top smartphones available in the market.
- It has three slots that comprise of two Sim slots and has a MicroSD card space.
|RAM and STORAGE||8GB AND 128GB storage|
|Variants||Only variants with 8GB-128GB|
|Camera||48MP, 8MP, 2MP, 2MP|
|Chipset||Mediatek MT6771 V Helio P70|
|Number of Sim cards||2|
|Bluetooth||4.2, A2DP, LE|
|Protection type||Gorilla glass|
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